Trainee’s Perspective: Juggling Life with Teacher Training

I had just been let go from the corporate world after 17+ years of making toys. I wanted to do something more personal and impactful with my life. I had looked into OT, PT, and Diagnostic Medical Sonography, but all of these career paths required such a huge investment of time and money at this stage of my life as a single mom of a 10 year old.

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Stacey VArgas
Return to Life - Sakara Life

Oh the irony that I love both!! If you didn’t know Joseph Pilates wrote a book called “Return to Life”. I think I have read it 50 times and every time I am in awe of how he was so much a head of his time, plus it is down right funny how he uses his crazy imagery to explain life back in the 1940’s.

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Stacey VArgas
A Day in the Life of a Pilates Studio Owner

So after checking out what other blogs are out there on this subject, I didn't find many from the perspective of a studio owner but many on Pilates teachers . Our days are similar but yet as you can imagine different. I also found out that there are many different ways to write this whole day- in- the - life post.

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Stacey VArgas
A Typical Day, Embraced by Pilates

A day in the life of a trainee doesn't have to be consumed by just Pilates. As Sam details one of her typical days she truly embraced the Pilates life, or rather return to Life. Nothing should be excessive, not Pilates, not eating, not working but a perfect balance of it all!

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Stacey VArgas
The Importance of Clean Beauty

Clean beauty and green beauty are two words you have probably been hearing a lot lately, specifically in the past 4 years. If you are a true hippie at heart you probably have known about this since the 70s, but us newbies are just getting started.

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Sam Martin